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Langley Gace is vice president of InnovaSea Systems, Inc. He works closely with the management team and company board of directors, establishing the company’s business strategy.
Gace leads and implements sales and marketing strategies for InnovaSea and is responsible for the company’s overall business development functions. Previously, Gace served as president of OceanSpar, LLC where he managed development of high performance fish pens, operating equipment and support services to leading offshore aquaculture companies. Before that, Gace worked for the International Copper Association (ICA) leading their aquaculture applications development. He was responsible for managing copper-alloy mesh aquaculture research and market development projects at a global level. Prior to joining the ICA, Gace held a variety of progressively senior roles in program management, engineering and business development for OceanSpar, LLC.
Gace holds an M.S., Mechanical Ocean Engineering degree from the University of New Hampshire where his research on scale model submersible fish pens was a catalyst for the open ocean aquaculture program there. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.
A noted open ocean aquaculture systems expert and senior executive, Gace presents worldwide on the latest developments in the fish farming industry. He has briefed subcommittees for the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate on federal funding for aquaculture and he has presented technical papers to large audiences around the world.